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We hope you have had a chance to check out Science News’ new and improved website! Along with the new design we released earlier this month, our team has been hard at work creating new features for our loyal readers. One of these features is our expanded list of new blogs, including:
Your daily roundup of research news
Science News web producer Ashley Yeager provides readers with capsules on the most important science news and research multiple times a day.
The inexact science of raising kids
Science News neuroscience writer and new parent Laura Sanders gives a voice of reason to studies on pregnancy, development and raising children.
The bizarre, creepy and revolting side of science
Departments Editor Erika Engelhaupt brings her obsession with the gross, grisly and taboo in science to the masses.
The weird and wonderful in the natural world
Science writer Sarah Zielinski demystifies the creatures we share the planet with.
Science past and present
Veteran science journalist Tom Siegfried draws on decades of experience to bring readers the back stories and untold stories of science.
While most of us were busy celebrating or snoozing in anticipation of 2019, intrepid Science News journalists were hard at work providing live coverage of discoveries 4 billion miles from
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